Jälle on aeg tühjendada riidekappi, minu puhul siis lausa minna keldrisse ja võtta sealt välja kohvritäied asju mis ma muudkui kõrvale panen. Hinnad nagu ikka 1-15€, sularaha kaasa ja lisaks veel tuus üllatus, sest otsustasime BM blogijatega teha sellise triki, et kingime igaüks oma esimesele kolmele “kliendile” kingikotikese, arvatavasti enamasti kvaliteetse kosmeetikaga.

Seega 21 Mai, BLOGGERSMARKET vol5 disainipoes TALI, Kotzebue 33, kella 11-15’ni, ootan, minu jalatsivalik on suuruses 37-38 ning riietevalik S-XL. Öelge tere, teeme selfit, veenduge, et ma pole päris elus üldse nii sihvakas kui fotodel ja nautige ilusaid asju ülimalt rotikate hindadega :)

Nägemisst!

Alert for all the women in Tallinn that weekend. It’s time it’s time again to empty my closet, actually to go to the basement and bring out all the stuff I’m stuffing there thru the year. As usual, the friendly prices vary from 1 to 15€, cash only & as a surprise, we decided to each gift 3 of our first shoppers with a goodie bag, probably quality cosmetics and such.

So on the May 21, BLOGGERSMARKET vol5 in design shop TALI at Kotzebue 33, from 11-15, I will see you. My shoe selection is in the size 37-38, my clothes selection is from S to XL. Say hi, don’t be shy, let’s take selfies, just come and find out that I’m not as tall as I seem to be and enjoy the super cheap prices :)

See ya.

Throwback to the 2016 BLOGGERSMARKET, this time we are selling with Lucine lucine-a.com / Aljona behindthescenesprgirl.net / Liina missliina.com / Anna Elisabeth annaelisabeth.net / Mari-Liis suvimariliis.ee and Britta brittatalving.com
Photo by Marek Metslaid


Gifts to 3 of my first shoppers :)

Nagu ma eile nentisin, siis Marimekko juhanala keebikesega kleit oli mu esimeseks TFW kehakatteks. Olin tegelikult juba valinud teise kleidi ja siis järsku nägin Stockmannis Seda ja siis tegin omal instagramis väikse hääletuse ning juba paari esimese poolehoidjaga oli selge, et ilma keebikeseta me läbi ei saa :D

Põnevusfakt on ka see, et stilistika on teinud mu kallis peika Madis (Madidas :D), hullult põdesin kodus, et kas konts või martensid või mida, ja Madis ütles, et oot sul ju olid ühed oranžid stellaspordid, pane need nii on kõige kreisim. Ja nii see läks.

Täiesti juhuslikult oli stellaspordi kevad-suve valikus ka ideaalne marimekkolik seljakott, nii et nii see välimus juhtuski. Bäm.

PS. Kuna õues on paljalt ringi jooksmiseks ikka veits jahe, siis jätkame Hmmm loovstuudiosse piilumist läbi minu nartsissismi ja uustuusa sõprade uudishimu rahuldamise :P

As I predicted yesterday, todays post is all about that Marimekko Juhanala dress that I found in Stockmann. Actually for my first TFW look I had one other dress in mind at first, but then I held a little instagram vote and within the first couple of comments my mind was set up on this cape :D

Important fact is the fact that this look is styled by my partner in life Madis! I was concerning dr martens or heels, but he said, girl u got these orange stellasports, go for it, it’ll look mad cool! So yes, I listened.

Accidentally the same stellasport spring summer collection had a very marimekkoish backpack, it’s an outfit faith huh. Here we go.

PS. As it’s still a bit cold to pose outside we shall continue the road of showing off my looks AND showing off our Hmmm Creative Studio (were I work), good light, all good.




MAKE-UP: Erika Kuslap MAC Cosmetics; Photography: Andreas Roosson
OOTD: Marimekko dress from Stockmann; Adidas StellaSport sneakers & backpack from Rocca al Mare Center

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Badges for bloggers worldwide - to support fight against fur farming.


Foxes in fur farms are killed at the age of 6 months, these foxes in the photo are fortunately free and get to grow old in the forests making some more baby foxes of their own.

Badges for bloggers worldwide - to support fight against fur farming.


Foxes in the fur farms look quite different from the free foxes, ever wondered why?

Olen võitlust karuslooma farmidega jälginud juba pikki aastaid, uskumatu, et juba nii pikki. Seega otsustasin anda ka oma panuse, luues blogimaastiku jaoks positiivse templi “FAUX not FOX”. See slogan keerles mul peas juba aasta otsa. Kuigi farmides piinatakse ka tšintšiljasid, küülikuid, naaritsaid, siis rebane tundus ehk moeinimesele kõige lähem vaste, kõige arusaadavam ja muidugi kõige riimuvam väljendiga faux mis omakorda tähendab kõige paremas mõttes võltsi ehk antud juhul sünteetilist / feik karusnahka. Kutsun üles kõiki maailma blogijaid jagama sõnumit loomade nimel ning valima oma blogidele sobiv tempel nagu näiteks seesama minu blogi vasakul pool ilutsev logo. Väga lihtne ja kiire viis andmaks edasi midagi suurt ja olulist, kas pole. Ka teised sotsiaalmeedia kanalid on teretulnud sõnumist rääkima. Järgnevalt aga veidi pikem jutt, et faktid oleksid paigas ja kavatsused põhjendatud :)

Eestis asetseb 3 registreeritud rebasefarmi, 3 mingifarmi ning 26 tšintšiljafarmi. Reaalsuses võib farme olla veelgi rohkem, sest mõistagi pole paljud neist registreeritud.

Eestis elab ja sureb farmides ligi 200 000 karuslooma, kellest 160 000 karvapalli asuvad Keila külje all AS Balti Karusnahk asutuses, kusjuures antud asutus kuulub Soome kapitalile.

Karusnahk on kahjulik nii loodusele kui inimese tervisele. Soomes eraldub karusnahatööstuse süül iga-aastaselt keskkonda 430 tonni lämmastikku ja 45 tonni fosforit. „Poison Report 2011“ raames otsis spetsialiseerunud labor mürkainete jääke 35 karusnahast kraest, kasukatst, kapuutsist ja sallist seitsmest Euroopa riigist – kõik testitud karusnahad sisaldasid ohtlikke kemikaale.

Loomade tapmismeetodid ja elukeskkond on piinarikkad. Ma ei hakka liiga pikalt sellel peatuma, kuna see on ka minu enda jaoks raske teema. Aga ütleme lühidalt, et rebased veedavad oma 6-kuuse elu 1 ruutmeetrises puuris, nende silmad ja luud on väärarenenud, neid tapetakse gaasi ja elektrilöökidega.

Esimene küsimus mida minult sageli küsitakse, aga mis sa siis nahast kingi ka ei kanna või? Ütlen ausalt, enamus mu jalatseid on tõepoolest sünteetilised, aga palun ärme vaheta teemat. Rebane ega mink pole jalatsiloomad, pole farmiloomad ega koduloomad, nad on metsikud loomad kellest tehakse võtmehoidjaid, tuttmütse, veste ja kasukaid ning näiteks üheks kasukaks võib kuluda 40 elu, üheks ainsaks. Seega võiks sellel teemal skepsis ja kasuka paitamise mõnu kõrvale jätta, ning keskenduda konkreetsele asjaolule, et looma-, inimese või loodussõbralik karuslooma farm on võimatu kontseptsioon, ainus viis loomade päästmiseks on A. teatud toodetest loobumine ja B. farmide keelustamine.

Aitäh tähelepanu eest ja sorry ebatavalise postituse pärast, vahel harva võib ju oma meediat südameasjadeks kasutada.

Kui aga sinus on veel küsimusi ja mõtteid, siis võib alati külastada neid kahte saiti:
furfreealliance.com ja loomus.ee

For many years, I’ve been keeping an eye on the fight against fur farming. Can’t believe it’s been years, really. Hence, decided to now support the fight by creating a positive blog badge “FAUX not FOX”. This slogan has been floating around in my mind for about a year. Although fur farming means torture – also for chinchillas, rabbits, minks and so on – I opted to focus on fox as it’s likely to be most relatable for anyone in fashion. Besides, it rhymes best with faux, which means fake – in a good way – “fake fur”. I encourage bloggers from all around the world to share this message on behalf of animals! Choose a badge that best fits your blog; mine, for example, is this one on the left. Other social media platforms can naturally be included to spread the message. But now, moving on to a more in depth look at the topic to get the facts straight and intentions clear :)

Three fox farms, three mink farms and 26 chinchilla farms exist in Estonia at the moment. However, it is very likely that there are actually more farms since many of them aren’t officially registered.

Approximately 200,000 animals live and die on Estonian farms, out of which 160,000 furry creatures are kept at AS Balti Karusnahk farm, which is operating on Finnish capital.

Fur is dangerous, not only to the environment and nature, but also to our health. As a direct result of the fur industry, about 430 tons of nitrogen and 45 tons of phosphorus is dumped into the environment in Finland. Within the Poison Report 2011 framework, a specialised lab analysed 35 items – collars, coats, hoods and scarfs – from seven European countries, and every test came back positive for dangerous chemicals.

Killing methods and living conditions of the animals are torturous. I won’t even get into it too much because it’s a tough topic to talk about, but let’s just sum it up by this fact: foxes spend their 6-month life in a 1 sq.m. cage with their eyes and bones deformed, and they’re killed with gas or electrocution.

First question I often get asked is, “don’t you wear leather shoes?”, and I have to say that most of my footwear indeed is synthetic, but let’s not change the subject. Neither fox nor weasel are footwear animals, nor are they farm animals. They are wild animals being abused to make key rings, hats, vests and coats. Making 1 coat may mean taking a life of 40. One. Single. Coat. Thus leaving aside empty scepticism and selfish pleasure of how fur feels, it’s worthwhile to remember that the concept of an animal or environmentally friendly and humane fur farm is an impossible one. The only way to save the animals is to A) stop using fur, and B) banning fur farming.

Thank you for reading this post, and apologies for perhaps an unusual post… however, I feel using this platform for something close to my heart is well-justified.

Should you have any more questions and thoughts on the issue, feel free to visit these pages:
furfreealliance.com and estonian page loomus.ee

Badges for bloggers worldwide - to support fight against fur farming.